Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
The CD player on my Sony CFD 370 portable boom box no longer works reliably; many times now when I put in a disc, it never plays or starts. After a few seconds, the dial will read "No Disc", even when a CD has been placed inside the player and the lid closed. Is this repairable? What should be done? Wiping both music CD and inside of playing compartment with a soft clean cloth doesn't seem to help any. RSVP/thank-you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cd player
Sounds like the laser slid is sticking. it's not the CD that's the issue, but solidified grease on the CD laser rail. The sled motor has to work harder to push the laser past the lump of grease but once it does the sound continues. Does it get better after you've played 3 or 4 cd's? Same time into a CD each time? If so it's easy to fix by cleaning the old grease off the laser rails and re-greasing.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
SOURCE: Sony PMC-R35L "no disc" message
That is usually because of dirty or defetive lens.
Try first using a len cleaner , like the ones here.
If this does not work it will be necessary to take apart the unit and accees the lens to clean it, or replace the lens pickup. The repair must be done by a technician.
In this case call the number listed on the owner manual to get assistance
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
the mp3 files have to be recorded in the ISO9660 level 1 or level 2 format, or the Joliet or Romeo in the expansion format.
Please note this is verbatim, straight from my Sony manual.
For details of your recording format you will have to see your converter's help or configuration files.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: Hi , can you help
If this is only occuring when you try to play burned discs, try burning them at a slower rate (2x or 4x)
If this is occuring with storebought discs, You'll need to clean your laser lens. Cleaner Cd's are available from pretty much everywhere that sells Discs.
Posted on May 11, 2011
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